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U.S. withholds arms from Syrian rebels amid growing persecution of Christians

From Catholic Online: Congress is taking measures to protect American security where Obama won’t. Congressional committees are delaying the delivery of arms to the Syrian rebels amid concerns they could end up in the hands of Jihadists and militant Islamists, and be subsequently used against Christians, Jews, and other allies. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) […]

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Tanzanian Christians to Obama: ‘Please Speak Out’

From CBN: ZANZIBAR — As President Barack Obama wraps up his outreach tour to Africa, Christians in Tanzania are hoping he will speak out against increased acts of persecution against them. Obama visits Tanzania Monday where he will meet with President Jakaya Kikwete and the nation’s business leaders. The allure of beautiful beaches and tranquil […]

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Pakistani girl jailed for blasphemy now in Canada

From The Star A teenage girl jailed in Pakistan last year after being falsely accused of burning a Qu’ran is now living in Canada, says a Christian organization helping her family settle. Rimsha Masih, 14, made international headlines when she was arrested in August 2012 in Islamabad after a Muslim cleric accused her of desecrating the holy […]

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Arab Spring Has “Legal” Persecution

From Algemeiner: Post “Arab Spring” Egypt continues exposing its true nature, including nowlegal persecution of Christians. Earlier this month, according to Fox News, Dimyana Abdel-Nour a “pale, young Christian woman sat handcuffed in the courtroom, accused of insulting Islam while teaching history of religions to fourth-graders.” Her accusers are 10-year-old Muslim children who say she “showed disgust […]

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Persecution Is “Spreading, Intensifying,” In Egypt

From Charisma News: Jihadist persecution of Christians around the world is one of the biggest under-reported stories in media circles, says a Christian activist and expert on the issue. Raymond Ibrahim, a Copt from Egypt—now living in the U.S.—says that Western weakness in confronting radical Islam has left the jihadists feeling emboldened. In his new […]

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Extermination of Christians And Shiites On The Horizon In Syrian

Alex Newman writes (from AINA) A spokesman for the primary rebel alliance in Syria, known as the “Free Syrian Army,” threatened that opposition forces could start implementing a broad ethnic-cleansing program aimed at Shia Muslims and especially the Islamic Alawite sect to which dictator Bashar al-Assad belongs. As Obama administration-led Western powers and a coalition […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Rescue Christians Saves Another Family From Pakistan’s Taliban

Here is yet another video of a Pakistani Christian giving his testimony on how Rescue Christians saved him and his family:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QwT747y3m_0 His name is Rifaqat Masih, and he was almost killed through the violent instigation of Tehrik-i-Taliban (Pakistani Taliban); but we managed to get him and his family out of the hells of Pakistan. We thank […]

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Christians Persecuted And Tortured In China

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Iranian Pastor Imprisoned

From Stefan J. Bos, reporting for BosNewsLife:   TEHRAN, IRAN (BosNewsLife)- Iran’s largest Persian speaking Pentecostal church was closed Monday, May 27, after one of its leaders was detained during a worship service and moved to an unknown location, Iranian Christians told BosNewsLife. The closure of the Central Assemblies of God church (AoG) in Tehran […]

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1000 Christians Have Been Killed In Syria Since 2011

Fiorello Provera writes (From AINA): The recent abductions of Syriac Orthodox Archbishop Yohanna Ibrahim and his Greek Orthodox counterpart, Paul Yazigi, reflect not only the increasing brutality of Syria’s civil war, but also the escalating crisis for Christians across the Arab world — one that could end up driving them away altogether. According to the International […]

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